Teaching Primary History with Indigenous Perspectives

Key Information

Cost (GST free)
Early bird: $150
Standard: $175
Pre-service and casual teachers: $135
Date
Friday 27 September 2019
Duration
9am - 3pm

About the course

Each course provides five hours of NESA QTC Registered PD.

This professional development day for primary teachers explores practical ways to incorporate Indigenous perspectives in the classroom and provides participants with the opportunity to deepen their knowledge and connection with the world’s oldest continuing living cultures.

Museum experts will demonstrate the value of oral histories and how these can be used to provide students with a more balanced and rich understanding of the history of Australia. Participants will gain firsthand experience examining historical perspectives from Aboriginal viewpoints and will undertake brainstorming sessions to enrich and adapt their existing History lessons in similar ways.

Curriculum links:

History K-10 syllabus

Historical concepts and skills:

  • Continuity and change
  • Significance
  • Perspectives and interpretations
  • Analysis and use of sources

Register your interest

This program has now sold out. If there is demand, we may consider running this program again on another date. To register your interest, email bookings@slm.com.au with your details. 

Completing each course in the Sydney Living Museums Teaching History in the primary classroom program will contribute 5 hours of QTC Registered PD, addressing 2.1.2, 3.4.2 and 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

Meeting point

Museum of Sydney

Corner Phillip and Bridge Streets, Sydney, NSW 2000

For further information about the program itself, please contact SLM Learning by email: learningteam@slm.com.au